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Marionette Network: Best Practices for Commenting

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I've been away from this program for some time, due to world-wide circumstances. Back at it recently. I'm editing a Marionette network I created months ago and am bothered by my own lack of commenting in the network.

What methods do you suggest for embedding comments into the networks? (E.g. "This cluster of nodes converts a length and a radius into an nSweepAng .") I'm searching for a stable method that embeds the comments into a network. 

I'm sure I'm missing a simple solution, but I didn't find anything in the forums or general googling.


In case anyone is interested in modeling a commenting technique, I've attached a file with a tool I built to create curved flats.

This is my first time posting to this forum. If I've overlooked any protocols I apologize.

Thank you for your responses in advance 

Curved Flat Tool.vwx

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I found it practical to use a "Pass" node in a shiny color for comments.


But better try to split the network in many capsulated wrappers that describe themself with their name,

so you keep it cleaner and don't need to maintain the comments.






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